UEFA Teams With Most Champions League Titles

UEFA Teams With Most Champions League Titles

The UEFA Champions League is one of the most competitive soccer leagues in the world. Players and teams from all over come together to battle on the pitch for a chance at winning it all, but in the end only one team can be victorious. Though there have been 22 different clubs who have won a championship, a few stand out from the rest for their particular level of dominance. Keep reading to learn more about which teams have won the most UEFA Champions League titles.


Which UEFA Teams have won the most Champions League Titles?

  • Real Madrid - 14 Titles
  • AC Milan - 7 Titles
  • Liverpool - 6 Titles
  • Bayern Munich - 6 Titles
  • Barcelona - 5 Titles

Real Madrid

Real Madrid has the most UEFA Champions League wins with 14. They won their first five titles in consecutive years from 1956-1960, and came back in 1966 to win title number six. It was over thirty years until their next championship, but from 1998-2002 they won three more titles. They were competitive over the next decade but never quite got over the hump, until in 2014 when they won their tenth championship. Still, the club wasn’t done there, three-peating from 2016-2018 before finally winning championship number 14 in 2022.

AC Milan

AC Milan has a total of seven Champions League titles in their history. They also got their championship ways started in the sixties, winning their first title in 1963 before returning in 1969 to win another. They would go on a dry streak for the next two decades, but in 1989 and 1990 they repeated as champions. They came back in 1994 with a dominant 4-0 win over Barcelona to capture title number five, and in 2003 they defeated Juventus on penalty kicks. Their most recent title came in 2007 when they won championship number seven, putting them second all-time on the title list.

Liverpool

Liverpool has won six UEFA Champions League titles. The opponent for AC Milan in that 2007 UEFA Final, Liverpool has had plenty of success themselves. They are one of two teams with six championships, and they are well-known around the world. Liverpool was a dominant force in the late seventies and early eighties, winning back-to-back titles in 1978 and 1979 before also winning in 1981 as well as 1984. Their fifth title ever came in 2005 on penalties over AC Milan, and in 2019 the club won championship number six when they defeated Tottenham 2-0.

Bayern Munich

The only other team to win exactly six titles, Bayern Munich had a very interesting championship history. They were spectacular in the mid-seventies, winning three-straight titles from 1974-76, but after that streak they disappeared from winning for a long time. The club finally returned to take down Valencia on penalty kicks in 2001 for their fourth title, and in 2013 they won 2-1 over Borussia Dortmund for a fifth championship. Their most recent title came in 2020 when they took down Paris Saint-Germain 1-0.

Barcelona

Barcelona has won a total of five UEFA Champions League titles. They won their first championship in 1992, and the rest of their five titles have come since 2006. That year, they defeated Arsenal for their second UEFA Champions League title. A new rivalry began a few years later, as Barcelona beat Manchester United in both the 2009 and 2011 final. In 2015, the club won their most recent title with a 3-1 victory over Juventus.

FAQ

Which player has the most UEFA Champions League titles?

The player with the most UEFA Champions League titles is Francisco Gento, with six. Gento played for the dominant Real Madrid clubs of the fifties and sixties, winning five-straight titles from 1956-1960, as well as a sixth title in 1966. He was voted by the IFFHS as the best Spanish soccer player of the 20th century, and he appeared in two World Cups for the Spanish National Team.

Which club has the most UEFA Champions League titles?

The club with the most UEFA Champions League titles is Real Madrid, with 14. Real Madrid is undoubtedly the most successful UEFA club of all time, winning championships from 1956 all the way to as recently as 2022. They won five-straight titles from 1956-1960, and also three-peated from 2016-2018. They have had a number of notable players in their history such as Christiano Ronaldo, Alfredo Di Stefano, and Zinedine Zidane.